WWF Together

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Debbie Gorrell, Common Sense Media
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Endearing, interactive lessons about endangered animals.

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Educational Value

Kids can learn about conservation as they explore mini-stories about 16 different endangered animals. They can read a bit of text, view gorgeous photographs, watch videos, and interact with each animal in a special way.

Ease of Play

Most interactions are self-explanatory, but navigation is a little tricky at times. 

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Consumerism

On several screens, there's an ungated prompt to add an email address for a promotional email list. 

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that WWF Together is an interactive app that teaches kids about endangered species. Several animals are featured, each with gorgeous photographs, videos, and interactive elements. Kids need to read some text as they explore, and there's no audio support. Also, there's an ungated option on several of the screens that prompts users to add an email address to get on an email group list. Read the app's privacy policy to find out about the types of information collected and shared.

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What's it about?

To begin exploring the stories of the endangered animals in WWF TOGETHER, kids simply press the start prompt. They scroll to see the gorgeous enlarged photographs of the animals and tap the one they want to learn about. Kids then scroll left, right, up, or down to move through the content for each animal. They'll find fun facts, conservation news, more photographs, videos, and simple activities that allow for interaction with the animals. Kids can also create a digital origami of each animal, take a selfie with it, place it in a scene, and/or share it with friends. Paper origami instructions are also available.

Is it any good?

This educational tool does a fantastic job of using beautiful photographs and interactive elements to get kids interested in the important topic of conservation -- and it's free! With 16 animals to explore, kids have plenty to learn about. There are similar features in each animal story, but the diversity of the animals and the variety of fun facts and interactions keep things interesting. An option for narration would make WWF Together more accessible.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about animal conservation and what it means if an animal is endangered. Discuss ways that you can use WWF Together and help conservation efforts.

  • Choose a favorite animal or two and do some research together to learn more about the animal. Is it endangered? What are some ways to help?

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